It was observed that t-xdg-open.sh exits after only a fraction of the tests have been run, e.g.
- opens a URL with gvfs-open if gio open is missing in GNOME 3, GNOME 2, and Cinnamon gio: http://www.freedesktop.org/: Operation not supported make: *** [Makefile:21: t-xdg-open.sh] Error 4
Given that some tests are failing on my machine (likely because of the
peculiarities of my archlinux install), the root cause is
set -e. The nonzero
exit code returned by xdg-open gets returned by run(), which is also returned by
e.g. test_open_url(), which causes the script to exit immediately.
All test passes/failures at present are being defined by explicit assertions, not by exit codes, and it seems at least plausible that some xdg-open calls are meant to fail. So rather than report the nonzero error code, just ignore it, and trust that the assertions determine the results.
Signed-off-by: Richard Tollerton firstname.lastname@example.org